The Council for Indian School Certificate (CISC) released an official notification regarding the announcement of the ISC 2020 Compartmental and Improvement Examination Result as well as the ICSE Compartmental and Improvement Examination Result. Both the results were declared today, i.e., 17 October 2020, at 3:00 PM IST.
Candidates who appeared for the class 10 and 12 compartmental and improvement examinations must visit the official website – cisce.org to check their results. Candidates can refer to the steps mentioned below to check their results online.
Steps to Check ISC and ICSE 2020 Compartmental and Improvement Examination Result 2020
Candidates can follow the steps mentioned below to view and download their results:
- Visit the official website – cisce.org
- In the right-hand corner, find the “Results 2020” tab and click on it.
- Now select the “Course” from the drop-down menu for which you want to view the result.
- Enter the required credentials such as the unique id, index number, and captcha.
- Once you fill in all the details, click on the “Show Result” button.
- View the results and save a copy of it for future reference.
ICSE and ISC 2020 Examination Highlights
According to the official statistical report released by the Indian School Certificate Examination or CISCE for the 2020 examination, we can trace the following data:
- A total of 2,06,525 candidates passed the ICSE or class 10 examination.
- A total of 85,611 candidates passed the ISC or class 12 examination.
- 94,937 female candidates passed the ICSE examination.
- 1,11,588 male candidates passed the ICSE examination.
- 40,170 female candidates passed the ISC examination.
- 45,441 number of male candidates passed the ISC examination.
Candidates must keep an eye on the official website for other important updates regarding the CISCE exams. CISCE conducted the Compartmental as well as Improvement exams from 6 October 2020 to 9 October 2020 for class 12 and from 6 October 2020 to 7 October 2020 for class 10. CISCE conducted the Compartment examinations for the candidates who weren’t satisfied with their regular examination marks.